Bill Degnan (vintagecomputer.net):
One thing to add, the Raspberry Pi zero is very reliable,
more so than the bare CHIP in a GUI mode (startx).
But the CHIP can't be beat as the simh brain
for a vintage serial terminal because it has built-in wifi.
They just use more power.
I have a few pages about using the RPi and CHIP with simH 664 663 591
Pi In The Sky: Raspberry Pi for high altitude ballooning
The Astro Pi is specifically for the ISS (International Space Station)
with the multi-function daughterboard Sense HAT
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|UPDATE: the nvidia Jetson AI supercomputer on a module|
|Jetson TX2||Jetson TX1|
|GPU||NVIDIA Pascal, 256 CUDA cores||NVIDIA Maxwell, 256 CUDA cores|
HMP Dual Denver 2/2 MB L2 +|
Quad ARM A57/2 MB L2
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4K x 2K 60 Hz Encode (HEVC)|
4K x 2K 60 Hz Decode (12-Bit Support)
4K x 2K 30 Hz Encode (HEVC)|
4K x 2K 60 Hz Decode (10-Bit Support)
8 GB 128 bit LPDDR4|
4 GB 64 bit LPDDR4|